We’re pleased to announce that JLS volume 3.2 (Fall 2018) is now available on-line. The issue includes seven articles, an interview with Natalia Borges Polesso, and six book reviews.

JLS, Vol 3, No 2 (Fall 2018)

Table of Contents


Retranslating the Brazilian Imperial Project: O Novo Mundo’s Depictions of the 1876 Centennial Exhibition
Krista Brune

The Flags of Time: Temporal Decoloniality in Casa de areia and O ano em que meus pais saíram de férias
Christopher T. Lewis

João do Rio in Portugal: Counterfeit Currency and Luso-Brazilian Desleixo
Robert Patrick Newcomb

A tipografia nacional finissecular: micro-história de um tipógrafo orientalista
Marta Pacheco Pinto

Spectacle and Rebellion in Fin-de-Siècle Brazil: the Commodified Rebel in Machado de Assis’s Chronicles.
Carolina Sá Carvalho

Oswald de Andrade’s Os condenados and the Decay of the Amazonian Aura
Sarah J. Townsend

Confession and the Cultural Turn: Revising the Historical Critique of Lídia Jorge’s The Murmuring Coast
Frans Weiser


Diálogos possíveis: entrevista com Natalia Borges Polesso
Paulo Dutra

Review Essays

Amaral, Ana Luisa. The Art of Being a Tiger: Poems by Ana Luísa Amaral, translated by Margaret Jull Costa with an introduction by Paulo de Medeiros, Liverpool UP, 2016.
Hilary Owen

Book Reviews

Tennina, Lucía. Cuidado com os poetas! Literatura e periferia na cidade de São Paulo, translated by Ary Pimentel, Zouk, 2017.
Kacey Carter

Bezerra, Kátia da Costa. Postcards from Rio; Favelas and the Contested Geographies of Citizenship. Fordham UP, 2017.
Micaela Kramer

Librandi, Marília. Writing by Ear: Clarice Lispector and the Aural Novel. U of Toronto P, 2018.
Mariela Méndez

Rajca, Andrew C. Dissensual Subjects: Memory, Human Rights, and Postdictatorship in Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay. Northwestern UP, 2018.
Lizbeth Souza-Fuertes

Ferrão, R. Benedito. The Many Lives of Vamona Navelcar. Cinnamon Teal, 2017.
Alia Yunis